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Alabama Auxin Labels Resources

Alabama Auxin Labels Resources
Click on this link to see the full label information at the Alabama Department of Agriculture and Industries Website.  

The ADAI website lists the Specimen Labels, The Alabama 24(c) Sheet and the Data Sh…

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Scouting Techniques for Soil Insect Pests of Peanuts

Scouting for insect pests is a critical component of an integrated pest management (IPM) system. Scouting involves correct identification of pest species, determination of infestation levels, and reliable estimation of crop damage. Once sco…

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Auxin Herbicides Best Management Practices Training Course

On October 31, 2018, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced that it is extending the registration of dicamba for two years for“over-the-top” use (application to growing plants) to control weeds in fields for cotton and soy…

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How to Complete a Job Application

There is a cliché that says you should treat job hunting like a job. Focus daily on doing the right things to position yourself for the job or career you want. Plan ahead and know places where you want to pursue employment. Don’t let a b…

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Job Application Tips

An accurate and complete job application helps to increase your chances of landing the job you want in a timely manner.

The length of a job search varies from person-to-person. According to the United States Department of Labor’s Burea…

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Basics of Integrated Pest Management

This article provides basic information about the USDA National Organic Program (NOP) standards as they apply to integrated pest management on organic crops. NOP standards reflect specific requirements that must be verified by a USDA-accred…

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Sucking Pests of Peanuts in Alabama: Aphids

*This is an excerpt from Sucking Pests of Peanuts in Alabama, ANR-0990.

Aphids have not been an economic problem on peanuts in recent years. These soft-bodied insects are often called “plant lice” and feed by sucking the juices from…

Sucking Pests of Peanuts in Alabama: Spider Mites

*This is an excerpt from Sucking Pests of Peanuts in Alabama, ANR-0990.

The predominate spider mite found on Alabama peanuts is the two-spotted mite. These tiny, insect-related pests feed primarily by sucking plant juices from the under…

Sucking Pests of Peanuts in Alabama: Leafhoppers

*This is an excerpt from Sucking Pests of Peanuts in Alabama, ANR-0990.

Several different leafhoppers are found in peanuts. The most common is a small, green insect about 1/8 inch long. There are larger species that are brown or even mu…

Sucking Pests of Peanuts in Alabama: Thrips

*This is an excerpt from Sucking Pests of Peanuts in Alabama, ANR-0990.

Four species of thrips have been found to occur commonly on peanuts in Alabama. Tobacco thrips, Frankliniella fusca (Hinds), is the most abundant. The adults are ti…

The History and Use of Kudzu in the Southeastern United States

Kudzu is an aggressive vine familiar to most people across the southeastern United States. It is a classic example of a plant that was introduced with good intentions, but that has resulted in many bad outcomes. Landowners know all…

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Control Options for Chinese Privet

Chinese privet (Ligustrum sinense) and other invasive privets in the genus Ligustrum are a serious problem for many homeowners, farmers, foresters, and land managers in Alabama. 

Privet control often seems insurmountable because of its …

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Re-Enrolling in 4HOnline

At midnight on August 1, the 4HOnline system will automatically roll-over to the new 4-H club year. All records are set to an inactive status. Follow these steps to re-enroll your family for the 2019–2020 club year.
Login to your family …

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Enrolling in 4HOnline

Setting Up a Profile
You will be required to set up a family profile in 4HOnline, the online Alabama 4-H enrollment and event registration program. The family profile will be where members enroll. The website can be found at https://al.4ho…

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